Course offerings and availability can change. Check with your advisor and supervisors to plan and confirm your course plan.

  • CHEM 5800-3 Cell Regulation
  • CHEM 5801-3 Advanced Signal Transduction and Cell Cycle Regulation

  • CSCI 5423-3¬†Biologically-inspired Multi-Agent Systems
  • CSCI 5622-3 Neural Networks / Machine Learning
  • CSCI 5722-3 Computer Vision
  • CSCI 5832-3 Natural Language Processing
  • CSCI 5919-3 HCI: Survey and Synthesis
  • CSCI 6302-3 Speech Recognition and Synthesis
  • CSCI 6622-3 Advanced Neural Networks / Machine Learning

  • ECEN 5811-3 Neural Signals
  • ECEN 5831-3 Brains, Minds and Computers

  • IPHY 5440-3 Vertebrate Endocrinology
  • IPHY 5580-3 Sleep Physiology
  • IPHY 5600-3 Immunology
  • IPHY 5700-5 Vertebrate Histology
  • IPHY 5720-4 Neurophysiology
  • IPHY 5730-3 Integrative Motor Control
  • IPHY 6010-3 Stress Physiology
  • IPHY 6010-1 Sleep Medicine Seminar (up to 2 semesters)
  • IPHY 6680-3 MATLAB for Physiol. & Biomechan. Res.

  • MCDB 5210-3 Cell Structure and Function
  • MCDB 5250-3 Topics in Developmental Genetics
  • MCDB 5426-3 Cell Signaling and Developmental Regulation
  • MCDB 5471-3 Mechanisms of Gene Regulation in Eukaryotes
  • MCDB 5680-3 Mechanisms of Aging
  • MCDB 5777-3 Molecular Neurobiology

  • PSYC/NRSC 5015-3 Affective Neuroscience
  • PSYC 5032-3 Neurobiology of Learning and Memory
  • PSYC 5052-4 Behavioral Neuroscience (overlaps with NRSC 5100, depending on Instructor)
  • PSYC 5072 Clinical Neuroscience
  • PSYC 5082 Seminar: Special Topics in Biopsychology; can be taken multiple times (2 or 3 units depending on the specific offering)
  • NRSC 5082-3 Neural Circuits of Learning and Decision Making
  • PSYC/NRSC 5092-4 Behavioral Neuroendocrinology
  • PSYC 5102-3 Introduction to Behavioral Genetics
  • NRSC 5100-5 Survey and Integration of Neuroscience I (2 credit hours for advanced students; 5 credit hours for students without advanced preparation)
  • NRSC 5110-3 Survey and Integration of Neuroscience II
  • PSYC 5112-3 Concepts in Behavioral Genetics
  • PSYC 5131-3 Affective Science
  • PSYC 5132-3 Behavioral Neuropharmacology
  • PSYC 5145-4 Advanced Cognitive Psychology
  • PSYC 5162-3 Developmental Behavioral Genetics
  • PSYC 5175-4 Computational Cognitive Neuroscience
  • PSYC 5200-3 Physiological Genetics and Genomics
  • PSYC 5212-3 Gerontology: A Multidisciplinary Perspective
  • PSYC 5232-3 Molecular Genetics/Behavior
  • PSYC/NRSC 5262-3 Mammalian Neuroanatomy
  • PSYC 5272-3 Neuronal Plasticity
  • PSYC 5385-3 Ethology/Comparative Psychology
  • PSYC/NRSC 5545-3 Neurobiology of Addiction
  • PSYC 5606-3 Prosem: Social/Personality Psych
  • PSYC 5665-2 Prosem: Higher-Level Perception & Attention
  • PSYC 5665-2 Prosem: Learning and Memory
  • PSYC 5685-2 Prosem: Sensory Processes
  • PSYC 5685-2 Prosem: Research Methods
  • PSYC 5741-4 Quantitative Methods in Neuroscience
  • PSYC 5815-2 Prosem: Language
  • PSYC 5815-2 Prosem: Higher-Level Cognition
  • PSYC 5825-2 Executive Function Proseminar
  • PSYC 5835: Prosem: Thinking
  • PSYC/NRSC 5911-3 Teaching of Neuroscience
  • NRSC 6100-2 Advances in Neuroscience
  • NRSC 6602-1 Behavioral Neuroscience Professional Skills Development
  • PSYC 6911-(1-3) Research Practicum
  • NRSC 7102-2 or 3 Topics in Neuroscience
  • NRSC 7112-3 Special Topics in Neuroscience I
  • NRSC 7122-3 Special Topics in Neuroscience II
  • NRSC 7132-3 Special Topics in Neuroscience III
  • NRSC 7142-3 Special Topics in Neuroscience IV
  • NRSC 7152-3 Special Topics in Neuroscience V
  • PSYC 7215-3 Translational Cognitive Neuroscience
  • PSYC 7215-3 Mathematical Modeling of Cognition
  • PSYC 7215-3 Principles of fMRI
  • PSYC 7536-3 Theories and Research in Emotion
  • PSYC 7536-3 The Social Brain

  • SLHS 5252-3 Acquired Adult Language Disorders
  • SLHS 5282-3 Acquired Cognitive Disorders
  • SLHS 5292-3 Motor Speech Disorders
  • SLHS 5576-2 Communication Neuroscience
  • SLHS 6006-3 Advanced Hearing Science
  • SLHS 6564-3 Auditory Processes: Neurodiagnostics
  • SLHS 7100-3 Cognitive Bases of Human Communication and its Disorders
  • SLHS 7250-3 Research Methods in Language Development
  • SLHS 7540-3 Auditory Processes: Physiology, Assessment, and Management of the Vestibular System
  • SLHS 8206-3 Models of Speech Production and Perception